Where to see WWE Crown Jewel 2021?



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Where to see WWE Crown Jewel 2021?

In a matter of hours, WWE Crown Jewel 2021 will be aired. The PPV that's held in Saudi Arabia on the WWE Network is back after more than a year and a half and after the canceled edition, due to the pandemic. It will take place on October 21, 2021, at the Mohammed Abdu Arena on Riyadh Boulevard.

It will be the third edition of Crown Jewel and the sixth event organized as part of WWE's ten-year partnership with Saudi Vision. WWE Crown Jewel 2021 will be held on Thursday 21st October. The event will be broadcast live starting from 18:00 Italian on the WWE Network, the official streaming platform of the federation that will broadcast the show live and exclusively, which will be possible to watch in reruns also in the following days.

The WWE Crown Jewel 2021 card

The connection instead with the Kick-off will instead be broadcast free on the official WWE YouTube channel, the scheduled time is that of 12 PM Eastern Time/ 9 AM Pacific Time. There is really a lot of anticipation from WWE fans for what will be a really interesting show.

Everything is ready for the company's incredible PPV that promises to be full of emotions, thanks to a truly spectacular card. The event will also see the final matches of both the King of the Ring 2021 tournament and the inaugural Queen's Crown tournament.

Here is the complete card of the ppv: Final King of The Ring 2021 Sami Zayn vs Finn Balor vs Xavier Woods vs Jinder Mahal Queen's Crown Final 2021 Zelina Vega vs Carmella vs Shayna Baszler vs Doudrop No Holds Barred Match Bobby Lashley vs Goldberg WWE Championship Match Big E (c) vs Drew McIntyre Normal Match Mansoor vs Mustafa Ali WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Match RK-Bro (c) vs AJ Styles & Omos SmackDown Women's Championship Triple Threat Match Becky Lynch (c) vs Sasha Banks vs Bianca Belair Hell in a Cell Match Edge vs Seth Rollins Universal Championship Match Roman Reigns (c) vs Brock Lesnar.

Many fans are wondering whether Paul Heyman will turn on Roman Reigns to go back to his previous client. As interesting as that would be, it might not be the best idea in the longer run. Brock Lesnar should not become the Universal Champion at Crown Jewel.

However, Heyman should definitely be involved in the match in some manner. How? By helping Reigns defeat Lesnar, thus proving his loyalty to his Tribal Chief. If the plan is to have the two face each other again at WrestleMania 38, WWE could always pick this angle up from here, claiming that it was all part of The Beast Incarnate's plan.